Traitor Mayor finds new ways to attack Sutherland Shire

Sutherland Shire Mayor Carol Provan has made her position on the culture and identity of the Sutherland Shire very clear.

Last November, when the Liberal Coalition Premier of New South Wales, Barry O’Farrell, launched an unprecedented ideological racist attack upon Australians in the Hawkesbury and the Sutherland Shire, he denounced these places as “too monocultural” and “subject to an immigration pushed policy of ethnic cleansing”.

Mayor Provan joined right in.  She said that the Shire had moved on since December 2005 (the time of the Civil Uprising) and chatted on about refugees, diversity and new immigrant groups.

Now Mayor Provan is developing her hatred of Australians into actual organization.

While the following document mentions a couple of Euro groups as part of multiculturalism (ultimately they will assimilate to Australian culture), the impress of this document is rather clear. We reproduce it.

Australia First Party will promote the genuine heritage and identity of the Sutherland Shire as part of its essential politics. Traitor Mayor Provan should understand that Australia First Party never forgets.

‘Exploring Cultural Diversity Forum 2012’

Tuesday 26th of June 2012 8:30am – 3:30pm at TAFE NSW, Loftus Campus 


8.30 am    Registration, visit Information stalls

9.00 am    Welcome to country:   Deanna Schreiber

Introduction/MC:         Madeline Chapman/ Ramsay Jebeille

Opening:                    Carol Provan, Mayor of Sutherland Shire  Council

Key Note Speaker:      Ms Vivi Germanos-Koutsounadis People’s Ambassador, Executive Director Ethnic Childcare, Family and Community Services Co-Operative



Session 1:   10am to 11am – Cultural Briefings 3×15 minutes

CS1    Chinese    St George Migrant Resource Centre

CS2    Indian Sub Continent     Resourceful Australian Indian Network

CS3    Russian    Russian Union of the South

CS4    Aboriginal families    Kurranulla Aboriginal Cooperation

CS5    Muslim families    Affinity intercultural foundation

CS6    Elderly Muslims    Al Zahra Muslim Women’s Association

CS7    Pakistani    Pakistani Women’s Association

CS8    Spanish    Spanish & Latin American Association

CS9    Macedonian    St George Migrant Resource Centre

CS10    Egyptian Coptic    To be confirmed

CS11    South Pacific Island and Maori    Moana  Maori Women


Session 2:  11:15am to 12:15pm 

W1    Let’s get practical, Cultural inclusion in practice    KU Inclusion Support Unit (Lisa Maybury)

W2    Culturally responsive services    St George Migrant Resource Centre, Margherita


W3    Complexity of the refugee experience

W4    Engaging Aboriginal families  (Kurranulla Aboriginal Corporation)

W5    Refugee Film Festival Screening


Session 3:   12:15pm to 1:15pm

W6    Overview of STARTTS services & building trust

W7    How to support people with mental health problems in the CALD community    South

East Sydney Local Health District Ercilia Best Kali Ogle, Shanti Gupta

W8    Youth, working with diversity    To be confirmed

W9    Growing up with more than one language    Learning Links  Michelle Lee

W10    Refugee film festival    Screening

Lunch:      1:15pm to 2:00pm

Entertainment NGAMBO. The African drummers of Menai; Personal stories of ‘Restoring Hope’


Session 4:   2pm to 3pm

W11    Community cultural development  with multicultural communities    Paula Abood

W12    Organisational tools for cultural competency    South East Sydney Local Health District

Astrid Perry & Cathy O’Callaghan

W13    Engaging with culturally diverse fathers    To be confirmed

W14    Overview of STARTTS services & building trust Pt2    STARTTS

W15    Refugee Film Festival    Screening

Closing Ceremony- 3.00-3.30

 Remembering the attack on North Cronulla in December 2005
by arrogant male ethnic Arab gangs